9 Signs That Show You Are Addicted to Facebook

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Firstly, I am sure you found this post on Facebook when you were scrolling pointlessly. Next, you are reading this because deep down you want to reassure yourself that you are not addicted to Facebook unlike what your parents or partners say. Third you are smiling because you know the first two facts are true.

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Here are the top 9 signs that will prove that you are addicted to facebook. 

Your most recently closed tab and frequently used has always been Facebook

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Every fact that you know and use is based on what you read on Facebook

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You clean up your “wall” more often than your room to just convince people and yourself, that you don’t spend much time on Facebook

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Your first step while you think of approaching a person you would like to talk to is to send a friend request.

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You have 700-800 friends and have no idea how many out of these you really know:

In fact, you might share one mutual friend with some of these people and none with many of them.

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You cannot stop sharing every step of your day as your status:

For you, every like on these statuses and selfies matter the most. So you keep a constant check on each and every like you get.

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You try to gain attention by changing your relationship status, posting a depressed status about your life etc.

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You keep checking your account too many times a day even when you have no notifications or activity happening:

To scroll aimlessly becomes your favorite pastime. 

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Too much of anything is bad. So realize it’s a simple social platform to spend some time but not worth giving up your actual social life for.

Find a hobby you would like to spend time on. Because that is what I did when I realized I was addicted to Facebook just like so many others!

 

Varshnee Raj

Varshnee Raj, an engineer by background, loves to invest her time in things which can improve her knowledge and share them through her writings. She has interest in craft work and painting. She also feels powerful to be able to help people during their low times through her words.